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2003 WJ Overland

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Think its time to move on to a Power Wagon. I got three boys and I need more of an expedition size vehicle.

My rig is a 2003 Grand Cherokee Overland. Brilliant black pearl, 4.7 H.O. 5 speed auto. 4" IRO lift kit with rear adjustable a arm. It has Rubicon wheels and tires, probably 6000 miles on the tires? Also has the hard to find and discontinued Icelandic Offroad front bumper with a Warn 9000 winch, complete with LED lightbar. The Jeep has 129.500 miles, runs great, its always ran great for me. Never overheated, spark plugs are recent, diff fluids always changed before and after wheeling trips. I also change the oil very frequently, the day before a trip and then when I get home. Leather interior with sunroof, all door speakers are aftermarket, can't remember what brand. The head unit is a Pioneer DVD player, perfect for long road trips. All four wheels have Poison Spyder wheel spacers, rear brakes are recently all new. I flew to Denver to buy this truck about 4 years ago. Its virtually rust free. Maybe not compared to a Arizona truck but compared to probably 90% of WJ's left, its super clean. Has a mount above rear drivers taillight for Firestik. The truck is setup and ready to wheel. I"ve taken it on probably about 12-15 Colorado trails and it never disappointed. Varilocks take a little wheelspin sometimes but I've taken video of myself to witness them engaging. Its a fun rig, super fast, comfy and pretty capable. And cheap. It has LATCH hooks for carseats incase you're wondering. I use it primarily for trips out west, it sits inside all year long with a battery tender when I'm not using it. Newer AGM battery.


Asking $8500





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